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Please Help!!! My monitor has gone pink.
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January 13, 2011
1:12 AM
p.rameshnair
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Hi,

 

I installed a game and tried adjusting the display settings.  Ever since then, my monitor has turned pink.  No bent pins; diagnostic tools shows monitor works fine; uninstalled and installed the display driver, still nothing.  It is getting really irritating.  Can some one help.  What could be the reasons?

HP Monitor

ATI Radeon xpress 200

January 13, 2011
4:35 AM
jumbi
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why don't you just restore your windows to a previous state?

that will solve the problem for sure as it doesn't worth to investigate more time on this.

(if necessary, use safe mode)

January 13, 2011
5:05 AM
vandamme
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I have a monitor with a "color temperature" control which took some fiddling around (I don't have the manual) to match the other monitor I use, or even look normal for that matter.

Also, swap monitors or computers (e.g., hook up a laptop) to try to narrow down the problem.

January 13, 2011
10:56 AM
Gioneo
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 Often monitors come with a "default" settings, which will reset all the settings to factory. See if your monitor has that feature. 

If not, I would suggest following the previous posts…

 

Good luck.

January 13, 2011
10:07 PM
p.rameshnair
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jumbi said:  Tried that, does not help…


vandamme said:  Hi, hooked it up with a laptop, still shows pink…will try changing the cable


Gioneo said:  Did that but still pink.

Thank you all for your response

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